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Questionable advice to access super to pay rent

Barry van Heerden Business & Commercial, General Legal

In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, real estate agents and property managers have been inundated with requests from tenants…

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Real estate agents forced to pay costs for wrong ‘Buyer entity’

Andrea McGarry General Legal, Residential Conveyancing

Once the terms of a contract have been agreed upon and all parties are ready to proceed, it’s critical an…

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Lawyers continue to sponsor Silk Stocking race in winter carnival

Jeff Garrett General Legal

The Queensland thoroughbred racing winter carnival comes to the Gold Coast tomorrow with a bumper 9 race card including the…

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COVID-19: Our offices are open for business

Jeff Garrett Compensation Law, Estate Litigation, Family Law, General Legal, Wills & Estates

We have implemented an approved COVID Safe Plan at all our offices and are officially registered as a COVID Safe…

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Family Law welcomes back experienced Solicitor Emily Edmonds as Federal Courts expedite Covid-19 matters

Michael Twohill Family Law, General Legal

Attwood Marshall Lawyers’ Family Law Department is expanding with the return of experienced family law and estate planning solicitor Emily…

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PM announces mandatory code for commercial tenants and landlords

Georgia Taylor Business & Commercial, Dispute Resolution & Commercial Litigation, General Legal

Scott Morrison has announced, on behalf of the National Cabinet, a set of proposed laws that will soon be legislated…

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Government responds to our call for urgent amendment to Queensland Border Exemptions (UPDATED)

Michael Twohill Family Law

Issues with cross-border parenting arrangements for children of separated parents has caused uncertainty and anxiety for some families. Family Special…

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Law firm swamped by requests for Wills and Enduring Power of Attorney

Angela Harry Compensation Claims, Dispute Resolution & Commercial Litigation, General Legal, Wills & Estates, Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

Read more: Gold Coast Bulletin – Coronavirus fears drive people to get their Wills done One of the largest legal…

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The next step for commercial tenants during COVID-19

Charles Lethbridge Business & Commercial, Dispute Resolution & Commercial Litigation, General Legal

With the World Health Organisation (WHO) declaring a worldwide pandemic on 11 March 2020, we knew this was going to…

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PEXA critical for property transactions during COVID-19

Rachel Godden Property Law, Residential Conveyancing

It is critical for real estate agents to refer buyers and sellers of property to a law firm registered to…

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Coronavirus and Compensation Claims – How Does It Work?

Jeremy Roche Compensation Law

The legal industry is considering Coronavirus and potential workers compensation claims, writes Attwood Marshall Lawyers Compensation Law Partner, Jeremy Roche….

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COVID-19 and its Affect on Supply Contracts and Construction Contracts

Charles Lethbridge General Legal

Now is the time to review your commercial contracts to consider the scope of any force majeure clauses and your…

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Parenting Plans in a Nutshell

Hayley Condon Family Law

In an amicable relationship breakup, and particularly where parties, who are able to communicate well with each other, feel they…

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How to finalise property settlement once and for all

Jeff Garrett Family Law

We occasionally hear people say they have done a “property settlement” with their spouse by way of a verbal agreement…

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Property Settlement and the Four Step Process

Donna Tolley Family Law

As a party to a marriage or a de facto relationship, you have the right to a property settlement on…

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Meet Our Property and Commercial Team

Holly Gilholme Business & Commercial, Property Law

We have some fresh faces within the Attwood Marshall`s Property and Commercial team to extend on our knowledge and experience….

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Is a Duplex Exempt from Strata Rules?

Barry van Heerden Business & Commercial, Property Law

[ssboost]For many retirees the purchase of a duplex (or 2 lot strata scheme) is a perfect compromise between a unit…

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Important Changes to NSW Swimming Pool Laws

Barry van Heerden Property Law, Residential Conveyancing

By Emma Heuston Selling or Leasing a Property in NSW? Don’t Be Left High and Dry By Recent Changes! The…

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Preparing Contracts? Don’t Do This!

Barry van Heerden Property Law, Residential Conveyancing

By Barry van Heerden With the real estate market gaining momentum, it is important that real estate agents pay attention…

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Steve Job’s Shed, an Historic Site? Really?

Barry van Heerden Property Law

By Barry van Heerden The Silicone Valley home of Steve Jobs has been listed as an historic site by the…

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Thinking of transferring your property to a family member?

Angela Harry Property Law

By Angela Harry What you need to consider and why independent legal advice is important! It is quite common for…

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When Cooling Off Can Turn Really Hot

Barry van Heerden Business & Commercial, Property Law

By Barry van Heerden Contracts for the sale of residential properties in Queensland and New South Wales are subject to…

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Leasing Property With a Swimming Pool

Jeff Garrett Property Law

By Christine Martin We have discussed in an earlier blog the effect of the Swimming Pool Safety Laws on the…

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Who Carries the Risk?

Jeff Garrett Property Law, Residential Conveyancing

By Christine Martin With the upcoming Summer season (and the further possibility of natural disasters) it is worthwhile to again…

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The Importance of the Pool Safety Inspection Date

Claire McLachlan Property Law

Still forgetting to fill out the Pool Safety Inspection Date? That means the contract is conditional right up until settlement!*…

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Is There Really a Car Park? Double Check Before Advising Potential Buyers. . .

Claire McLachlan Property Law

When it comes to buying a unit, one of the first things a potential buyer will want to know is…

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Going, Going, Gone. At Auction, It’s A Case of Buyer Beware.

Barry van Heerden Property Law

By Barry van Heerden We all know an auction can be an exciting yet stressful time, but what happens when…

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Are You an Executor in a Contested Estate?

Jeff Garrett Estate Litigation, Wills & Estates, Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

Duties of an executor when a claim is made against the estate Legal Practice Director Jeff Garrett discusses this issue…

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Challenging a Will on the Grounds of Undue Influence or Suspicious Circumstances

Angela Harry Wills & Estates, Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

Manipulation of elderly and vulnerable family members to change their Wills under undue influence or suspicious circumstances Attwood Marshall Wills &…

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Be Careful who you Appoint as your Enduring Power of Attorney!

Attwood Marshall Wills & Estates, Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

Financial Abuse by Attorneys who are Family Members. Wills & Estates Lawyer Amanda Smith discusses this very important topic about…

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Bathurst 1000 Legend Peter Brock`s Will Disaster

Melissa Tucker Estate Litigation, Wills & Estates, Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

The consequences of DIY Wills. You would be surprised by how many wealthy people die without a Will or don’t…

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How to Deal with “Outlaws” in Your Will – The Spouse or Partner of Your Children

Angela Harry Wills & Estates, Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

One of the most common issues raised by our clients when making their Wills is their concern that when they…

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How do I find a Will after Someone Dies?

Larisa Kapur Wills & Estates, Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

A family member or close friend dying unexpectedly is difficult enough to deal with. What happens if you can’t find…

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Estate Planning – Is This a Ticking Time-Bomb in Your Super Policy?

Angela Harry Estate Litigation, Family Law, Wills & Estates, Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

In this podcast, Estate Planning expert, Angela Harry discusses the inherent risks of not taking your estate planning seriously, in…

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Marrying Into The Money – Can this be Financial Elder Abuse?

Attwood Marshall Estate Litigation, Podcasts, Wills & Estates

We are all familiar with the archetypal stereotype of the beautiful young woman who beguiles a rich elderly man and…

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How To Minimise the Risks of Not Getting Caught by Unethical Retirement Villages

Angela Harry Podcasts, Wills & Estates

Last week, a joint Fairfax Media investigation with the ABC put the spotlight on the retirement village industry, particularly one…

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Investigation of Aveo Highlights Transition to Care Issues

Angela Harry Podcasts, Wills & Estates, Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

Elderly Should Obtain Proper Legal and Financial Planning Advice Before Signing Retirement Village Contracts The recent exposé of AVEO by…

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Death and Taxes – The Only Certainty in Life!

Debbie Sage Estate Litigation, Wills & Estates

This famous statement of Benjamin Franklin in 1789 is very much as relevant today as it was in the 18th…

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Battles of Wills in Australia’s Underbelly

Lucy McPherson Estate Litigation, Wills & Estates

George Williams, the father of one of Australia’s most infamous criminals Carl Williams, died of a heart attack on 12…

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Are You an Executor in a Contested Estate?

Jeff Garrett Estate Litigation, Wills & Estates, Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

Duties of an executor when a claim is made against the estate Legal Practice Director Jeff Garrett discusses this issue…

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Challenging a Will on the Grounds of Undue Influence or Suspicious Circumstances

Angela Harry Wills & Estates, Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

Manipulation of elderly and vulnerable family members to change their Wills under undue influence or suspicious circumstances Attwood Marshall Wills &…

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Be Careful who you Appoint as your Enduring Power of Attorney!

Attwood Marshall Wills & Estates, Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

Financial Abuse by Attorneys who are Family Members. Wills & Estates Lawyer Amanda Smith discusses this very important topic about…

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Bathurst 1000 Legend Peter Brock`s Will Disaster

Melissa Tucker Estate Litigation, Wills & Estates, Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

The consequences of DIY Wills. You would be surprised by how many wealthy people die without a Will or don’t…

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How to Deal with “Outlaws” in Your Will – The Spouse or Partner of Your Children

Angela Harry Wills & Estates, Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

One of the most common issues raised by our clients when making their Wills is their concern that when they…

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How do I find a Will after Someone Dies?

Larisa Kapur Wills & Estates, Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

A family member or close friend dying unexpectedly is difficult enough to deal with. What happens if you can’t find…

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Estate Planning – Is This a Ticking Time-Bomb in Your Super Policy?

Angela Harry Estate Litigation, Family Law, Wills & Estates, Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

In this podcast, Estate Planning expert, Angela Harry discusses the inherent risks of not taking your estate planning seriously, in…

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Marrying Into The Money – Can this be Financial Elder Abuse?

Attwood Marshall Estate Litigation, Podcasts, Wills & Estates

We are all familiar with the archetypal stereotype of the beautiful young woman who beguiles a rich elderly man and…

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How To Minimise the Risks of Not Getting Caught by Unethical Retirement Villages

Angela Harry Podcasts, Wills & Estates

Last week, a joint Fairfax Media investigation with the ABC put the spotlight on the retirement village industry, particularly one…

READ MORE

Investigation of Aveo Highlights Transition to Care Issues

Angela Harry Podcasts, Wills & Estates, Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

Elderly Should Obtain Proper Legal and Financial Planning Advice Before Signing Retirement Village Contracts The recent exposé of AVEO by…

READ MORE

Death and Taxes – The Only Certainty in Life!

Debbie Sage Estate Litigation, Wills & Estates

This famous statement of Benjamin Franklin in 1789 is very much as relevant today as it was in the 18th…

READ MORE

Battles of Wills in Australia’s Underbelly

Lucy McPherson Estate Litigation, Wills & Estates

George Williams, the father of one of Australia’s most infamous criminals Carl Williams, died of a heart attack on 12…

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Are You an Executor in a Contested Estate?

Jeff Garrett Estate Litigation, Wills & Estates, Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

Duties of an executor when a claim is made against the estate Legal Practice Director Jeff Garrett discusses this issue…

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Challenging a Will on the Grounds of Undue Influence or Suspicious Circumstances

Angela Harry Wills & Estates, Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

Manipulation of elderly and vulnerable family members to change their Wills under undue influence or suspicious circumstances Attwood Marshall Wills &…

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Be Careful who you Appoint as your Enduring Power of Attorney!

Attwood Marshall Wills & Estates, Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

Financial Abuse by Attorneys who are Family Members. Wills & Estates Lawyer Amanda Smith discusses this very important topic about…

READ MORE

Bathurst 1000 Legend Peter Brock`s Will Disaster

Melissa Tucker Estate Litigation, Wills & Estates, Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

The consequences of DIY Wills. You would be surprised by how many wealthy people die without a Will or don’t…

READ MORE

How to Deal with “Outlaws” in Your Will – The Spouse or Partner of Your Children

Angela Harry Wills & Estates, Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

One of the most common issues raised by our clients when making their Wills is their concern that when they…

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How do I find a Will after Someone Dies?

Larisa Kapur Wills & Estates, Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

A family member or close friend dying unexpectedly is difficult enough to deal with. What happens if you can’t find…

READ MORE

Estate Planning – Is This a Ticking Time-Bomb in Your Super Policy?

Angela Harry Estate Litigation, Family Law, Wills & Estates, Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

In this podcast, Estate Planning expert, Angela Harry discusses the inherent risks of not taking your estate planning seriously, in…

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Marrying Into The Money – Can this be Financial Elder Abuse?

Attwood Marshall Estate Litigation, Podcasts, Wills & Estates

We are all familiar with the archetypal stereotype of the beautiful young woman who beguiles a rich elderly man and…

READ MORE

How To Minimise the Risks of Not Getting Caught by Unethical Retirement Villages

Angela Harry Podcasts, Wills & Estates

Last week, a joint Fairfax Media investigation with the ABC put the spotlight on the retirement village industry, particularly one…

READ MORE

Investigation of Aveo Highlights Transition to Care Issues

Angela Harry Podcasts, Wills & Estates, Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

Elderly Should Obtain Proper Legal and Financial Planning Advice Before Signing Retirement Village Contracts The recent exposé of AVEO by…

READ MORE

Death and Taxes – The Only Certainty in Life!

Debbie Sage Estate Litigation, Wills & Estates

This famous statement of Benjamin Franklin in 1789 is very much as relevant today as it was in the 18th…

READ MORE

Battles of Wills in Australia’s Underbelly

Lucy McPherson Estate Litigation, Wills & Estates

George Williams, the father of one of Australia’s most infamous criminals Carl Williams, died of a heart attack on 12…

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Like to put a bet on? – Online betting providers are supplying credit

Charles Lethbridge Dispute Resolution & Commercial Litigation, General Legal

Would you put a bet on for $10,000.00 on a horse when you had no money in your pocket? You…

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Personal Guarantees (Part 3) – When can they be set aside?

Charles Lethbridge Business & Commercial, Dispute Resolution & Commercial Litigation, General Legal

Unfair and Unjust and the Contracts Review Act 1980 (NSW) Generally speaking, in deciding whether to set aside a Personal…

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Personal Guarantees (Part 2) – When can they be set aside?

Charles Lethbridge Business & Commercial, Dispute Resolution & Commercial Litigation

Part 2 – Common Law – Misrepresentation and Unconscionable Conduct and Undue Influence:- At common law, there are a number…

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Personal Guarantees (Part 1) – When can they be set aside?

Charles Lethbridge Business & Commercial, Dispute Resolution & Commercial Litigation

Part 1  –  Emotional Dependence The principle of ‘Emotional Dependence’ was established in the following cases:- a)     Commercial Bank of…

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The Hidden risks of Personal Guarantees

Charles Lethbridge Business & Commercial, Dispute Resolution & Commercial Litigation

Everyone knows signing a personal guarantee comes with a significant risk, but did you know that many guarantees these days…

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Is there still any need for a Shareholders Agreement?

Barry van Heerden Business & Commercial, Dispute Resolution & Commercial Litigation

There is an old saying that goes more or less like this:- “When poverty walks through the front door, love…

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Fears scheme for workers is being exploited by bosses

Charles Lethbridge Business & Commercial, Dispute Resolution & Commercial Litigation, General Legal

The increase of company collapses while owing their workers redundancy payments has resulted in the cost of the federal government…

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Misleading carbon price claims

Charles Lethbridge Business & Commercial, Dispute Resolution & Commercial Litigation, General Legal

Polaris Solar Pty Ltd and ACT Renewable Energy Pty Ltd are two of the first businesses in Australia who feel…

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Telecommunications Class Action Update (3/7/12)

Charles Lethbridge Dispute Resolution & Commercial Litigation, General Legal

From August 2008, we have been engaged as representatives in disputes against Technology Leasing Limited involving bundled telecommunication deals with…

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Please be wary before signing any contract!

Charles Lethbridge Business & Commercial, Dispute Resolution & Commercial Litigation, General Legal

Are you about to purchase a house, car or maybe enter into a rental agreement? Maybe sign a pre-nup? Or…

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Gold Coast Boiler Room Scam – A Warning to All!

Charles Lethbridge Business & Commercial, Dispute Resolution & Commercial Litigation, General Legal

The recent Gold Coast cold call investment fraud should serve as a warning that fraudulent operations are well organized using…

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Business Advertising – Be careful when making a comparison to prices.

Charles Lethbridge Business & Commercial, Dispute Resolution & Commercial Litigation, General Legal

Consumers will always want the best price they can get and when advertising, many businesses compare their prices with their…

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Securing a Domain Name

Barry van Heerden Business & Commercial, Dispute Resolution & Commercial Litigation

In this day and age in the business world your domain name is a crucial tool in informing customers of…

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Property Contract to Comply with New Council Law

Attwood Marshall Business & Commercial, General Legal, Property Law, Residential Conveyancing

Earlier this month, the Gold Coast City Council has considered a Local Law to specifically impose an obligation on private…

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No Such Thing as a FREE TV

Jeff Garrett Business & Commercial

Foxtel have recently come under fire from the ACCC for television and website advertisements during the period of 12 February…

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Can you exclude your liability?

Barry van Heerden Business & Commercial, Dispute Resolution & Commercial Litigation

We are all aware of exclusion clauses that appear on invoices, tickets, agreements and noticeboards.  The purpose of these exclusion…

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Outrage at use of Black Caviar name for Racehorse in South Africa – By Jeff Garrett – Partner

Jeff Garrett Business & Commercial, General Legal

The unwitting owners of the horse in South Africa that has been named “Black Caviar” have bowed to overwhelming public…

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Management of a Duplex Home – By Barry van Heerden – Partner

Barry van Heerden Business & Commercial, Property Law, Residential Conveyancing

It appears there are still quite a few owners of duplexes in Queensland who are unaware of the fact that…

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“Granny Flats” can cause family heartache – by Jeff Garrett – Legal Practice Director

Jeff Garrett Business & Commercial, Property Law, Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

Listen to our interview with Practice Director, Jeff Garrett Listen to what Estate Planning expert and Partner, Angela Harry, has…

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Conveyancing: Don`t be Rushed

Barry van Heerden Business & Commercial, General Legal, Property Law, Residential Conveyancing

We are all very much aware of the current state of the economy and the fact that it is harder…

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Have you checked the ASIC register to see if your details are correct?

Charles Lethbridge Business & Commercial

The Australian Securities and Investments Commission “ASIC” have now taken over the business registrations and the recording of business details….

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Personal Guarantees (Part 3) – When can they be set aside?

Charles Lethbridge Business & Commercial, Dispute Resolution & Commercial Litigation, General Legal

Unfair and Unjust and the Contracts Review Act 1980 (NSW) Generally speaking, in deciding whether to set aside a Personal…

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Personal Guarantees (Part 2) – When can they be set aside?

Charles Lethbridge Business & Commercial, Dispute Resolution & Commercial Litigation

Part 2 – Common Law – Misrepresentation and Unconscionable Conduct and Undue Influence:- At common law, there are a number…

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Money ‘Gurus’ Paul Clitheroe & David Koch on Sunrise

Attwood Marshall Business & Commercial, Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

MoneySmart Week runs from 2 to 8 September right across the country. It’s an initiative of the Australian Government Financial…

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Conveyancing: Don`t be Rushed

Barry van Heerden Business & Commercial, General Legal, Property Law, Residential Conveyancing

We are all very much aware of the current state of the economy and the fact that it is harder…

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Rate Cut of .25% by Reserve Bank – Welcomed by Gold Coast & Tweed Property Markets & Economy

Jeff Garrett Property Law, Residential Conveyancing

The decision of the Reserve Bank to reduce interest rates by .25% is great news for the local Gold Coast…

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Imminent changes to QLD First Home Owner Grant

Jeff Garrett Residential Conveyancing

The Queensland Government has revealed that it will scrap the current First Home Owner Grant in the amount of $7,000…

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Selling your owner built home in NSW

Jeff Garrett Property Law, Residential Conveyancing

If you have Owner Built your home or completed a Substantial Renovation and sub-contracted out the work to Licensed Tradesmen…

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Never too young or too old! – NSW First Home and New Home Grant – by Jacinta Bennett

Jeff Garrett General Legal, Property Law, Residential Conveyancing

Everyone in some stage of their life would like to own a property or two and the most important thing…

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Good News for New Home Buyers – By Barry van Heerden – Partner

Jeff Garrett General Legal, Property Law, Residential Conveyancing

From 1 July 2012 the Transfer Duty Home Concession that was available for the purchase of homes prior 1 August…

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When can the Landlord require the Tenant to pay for water in rental premises (NSW Residential Tenancy)

Andrea McGarry General Legal, Property Law, Residential Conveyancing

Who pays water rates, tenant or landlord? It is interesting to note that many landlords require their tenants to pay…

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Is your commission safe, or are you missing something? By Claire McLachlan – Property Law Paralegal

Jeff Garrett General Legal, Property Law, Residential Conveyancing

We are happy to report the first few months of 2012 have seen the property market pick up, especially in…

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$10k Building Boost Grant has been extended to the 30th April 2012!

Jeff Garrett General Legal, Property Law, Residential Conveyancing

Are you currently looking to purchase vacant land or a new home in Queensland? If you are, then you may…

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NSW Retail Leasing: Bonds lodgement and Lease disputes – By Tia Haynes – Commercial Property Lawyer

Jeff Garrett Business & Commercial, General Legal, Property Law, Residential Conveyancing

The current financial climate has had far-reaching affects on the business market, with many businesses now facing financial difficulty.  Disputes…

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First Home Buyers have last chance for Concession before Christmas!

Jeff Garrett General Legal, Property Law, Residential Conveyancing

SW first homebuyers are to face tighter Stamp Duty Concessions in an effort by the Government to stimulate new building…

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Do you own Strata Title premises in NSW & want to swap your car space with another owner

Jeff Garrett Business & Commercial, General Legal, Property Law, Residential Conveyancing

This question is best answered using a practical example All of the lots in a strata scheme have a separate…

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COVID-19: Our offices are open for business

Jeff Garrett Compensation Law, Estate Litigation, Family Law, General Legal, Wills & Estates

We have implemented an approved COVID Safe Plan at all our offices and are officially registered as a COVID Safe…

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Family Law welcomes back experienced Solicitor Emily Edmonds as Federal Courts expedite Covid-19 matters

Michael Twohill Family Law, General Legal

Attwood Marshall Lawyers’ Family Law Department is expanding with the return of experienced family law and estate planning solicitor Emily…

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PM announces mandatory code for commercial tenants and landlords

Georgia Taylor Business & Commercial, Dispute Resolution & Commercial Litigation, General Legal

Scott Morrison has announced, on behalf of the National Cabinet, a set of proposed laws that will soon be legislated…

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Law firm swamped by requests for Wills and Enduring Power of Attorney

Angela Harry Compensation Claims, Dispute Resolution & Commercial Litigation, General Legal, Wills & Estates, Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

Read more: Gold Coast Bulletin – Coronavirus fears drive people to get their Wills done One of the largest legal…

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The next step for commercial tenants during COVID-19

Charles Lethbridge Business & Commercial, Dispute Resolution & Commercial Litigation, General Legal

With the World Health Organisation (WHO) declaring a worldwide pandemic on 11 March 2020, we knew this was going to…

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COVID-19 and its Affect on Supply Contracts and Construction Contracts

Charles Lethbridge General Legal

Now is the time to review your commercial contracts to consider the scope of any force majeure clauses and your…

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What are your rights as Landlord or Lessee in a Lease during COVID-19?

Barry van Heerden Building, Developer and Construction Disputes, Dispute Resolution & Commercial Litigation, General Legal, Property Law, Residential Conveyancing

Now is the time to review your contracts, determine the scope of any force majeure clauses and your options if…

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Manus Island detention centre social worker wins compensation after sexual assault

Jeremy Roche Compensation Law, General Legal

Compensation Senior Associate, Lisa Robertson, shares her recent experience in fighting against a billion-dollar company to uphold the legal rights…

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“Appalling and self-serving”: Greedy insurers put CTP compensation for injured Queenslanders under threat

Jeremy Roche Compensation Claims, Compensation Law, General Legal

Attwood Marshall Lawyers have warned the Compulsory Third Party (CTP) insurance scheme for injured motorists is under threat and call…

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Attwood Marshall Lawyers take legal action over death of boilermaker at North Queensland site

Jeremy Roche Compensation Claims, Compensation Law, General Legal

Attwood Marshall Lawyers is taking legal action for a mining worker who suffered severe psychiatric injury as the first responder…

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Camp Hill murder-suicide a wake up call for judicial system: Family Law Special Counsel

Michael Twohill Family Law, General Legal

The Camp Hill murder-suicide is a wake up call for the judicial system to do more to protect families experiencing…

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Issues to consider when buying a dental practice – Property & Commercial Law

Barry van Heerden Business & Commercial, General Legal

It is important to understand the issues relating to the purchase of a dental practice because a dental practice is…

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